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Arresi
Amarr
GTE Limited
Posted - 2009.11.11 23:27:00 - [1]
 

I'm one of those players that don't sell their salvage right away. So I have been stockpiling them in my hanger and trying to decided which rigs to make to sell for profit. Currently I'm making Large CCC and Medium Core Def Purgers. The Large CCC is pretty popular since almost 95% of Battleship uses them. Medium Core Def Purgers are for all those drake lovers, but doesn't sell as fast obviously (oh btw I'm in high-sec with a lot of other mission runners).

The only problem is I still have tons of armor plates and alloyed bars that I don't know which rigs to use it for. What are some other popular rigs? Or any rigs that uses something other than melted cap (for CCC) and ward console (for purgers)? Thanks.

ShoreTay
Posted - 2009.11.11 23:36:00 - [2]
 

Purger market got tanked recentely. Hardly any profit margin on them now.

Gavin DeVries
Posted - 2009.11.11 23:36:00 - [3]
 

Medium Cargohold Optimization I rigs
Medium Salvage Tackle I rigs
Medium Core Defense Field Extender I rigs (for all shield-tanked PVP ships)
Medium Capacitor Control Circuit I rigs (Amarr cruisers/battlecruisers especially)
all sized Armor Trimark Pump I rigs
all sized Auxiliary Nano Pump I rigs

That's all I can think of that I would expect to be decent sellers. You'll get more recurring business if you're supplying PVP ships, because they get blown up (and thus replaced) more often.

Kanatta Jing
Posted - 2009.11.11 23:37:00 - [4]
 

Edited by: Kanatta Jing on 11/11/2009 23:37:58
Medium Core Def Extenders (PVP)
Medium CCC
Medium Auxilary Nano-Pump
Large Auxilary Nano-pump
Medium Trimark (PVP)
Large Trimark (PVP)

To be honest CCC's both medium and small are your bread and butter.

Small Core Def Extenders for all those PVP thrashers.

Arresi
Amarr
GTE Limited
Posted - 2009.11.12 19:15:00 - [5]
 

Ya I thought about medium cargohold and salvage rigs but looking at the price history (trade frequency) told me it's probably not a good idea to mass produce them. I mean how often do people lose their haulers and salvage boats in high sec :P.

It's true that medium purgers aren't huge isk makers, but there is still a profit in them, so I'll make some instead of selling the rigs directly.

I made 2 large aux nano about a month ago and I still can't sell my last one lol (and I have been competing for the lowest sell order too).

I'll take a look at those PvP rigs you guys mentioned. Thanks.

Commissar Veldt
Caldari
Progressive State
Posted - 2009.11.13 01:13:00 - [6]
 

Originally by: Arresi
how often do people lose their haulers and salvage boats in high sec


Can flipping YARRRR!!

ingenting
Garoun Investment Bank
Posted - 2009.11.13 10:59:00 - [7]
 

Edited by: ingenting on 13/11/2009 10:59:14
Originally by: Arresi
what rigs are popular
hey, what stocks will go up over the next couple months on NYSE?

get my drift? do your own research Neutral

MightyRhinox
Minmatar
Rhinox Heavy Industries
Twilight Military Industrial Complex Alliance
Posted - 2009.11.13 11:08:00 - [8]
 

Large Gravity Capacitor Upgrades are by far the most popular, I have a couple of researched BPOs of them to sell if you're interested

Don Pellegrino
Pod Liberation Authority
HYDRA RELOADED
Posted - 2009.11.13 13:49:00 - [9]
 

Quote:
trying to decided which rigs to make to sell for profit.


You don't need to know what is popular, you need to know what will generate the highest profit but still sell within a few days. You can see the daily traded volume by going to the Price History tab on the market (set Time to 10 days and click Show Table).

The name of the item is irrevelent, only the numbers are important Smile

Dors Venabily
Posted - 2009.11.14 20:43:00 - [10]
 

Step one research ship setups

Step two identify most popular ship types in you region

Step 3 profit

Sidrat Flush
Caldari
Eve Industrial Corp
Posted - 2009.11.14 22:08:00 - [11]
 

It really does depend on your market region and whether or not you're willing or indeed able to compete with those already there.

Local knowledge is worth investing the research time in to, sadly it as you have just proven can change in an instant.



 

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